SCOT

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AcronymDefinition
SCOTScotland or Scottish
SCOTSchéma de Cohérence Territoriale (French municipal planning document)
SCOTStanding Committee on Treaties (Australia)
SCOTSupport-Coated Open Tubular (chromatography)
SCOTSocial Construction of Technology
SCOTStanding Committee on Transport (Canadian Parliament)
SCOTShell Claus Off-Gas Treating (oil refining)
SCOTSeria Crude Oil Terminal
SCOTSatellite Communications Onboard Terminal
SCOTSteering Committee on Telecommunications
SCOTShip Control Operator
SCOTService Call on Time
SCOTSouthwinds Church of Tracy (Tracy, CA, USA)
SCOTSimulation of COrridor Traffic
SCOTSingle Channel Objective Terminal
SCOTUK Naval Shipborne SATCOM Terminal
SCOTSatellite Communication Terminal
SCOTSealed Chips on Tape
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Drawing on theories of the social construction of technology, Meikle stresses that selling plastic products and defining plastic culturally was a "complex interactive process" among makers, promoters, processors, and users (p.
submarine launched ballistic missile (SLBM) systems, but at a more conceptual level, it demonstrates how a social construction of technology approach to weapons procurement can be used both to critique existing theories and to provide new insights.
The organizing principle for this project is a combination of the modern approach known as the social construction of technology and a more traditional focus on those technological developments that became historical winners.
For example, there is no attention to institutionalist currents of research in this area, or to the vigorous research programs underway in the social construction of technology.
This hybrid corn juggernaut proved a classic example of what historians now call the social construction of technology.